Michael Kodransky Director, Global and U.S. Initiatives at the Institute of Transport and Development Policy recently interviewed CSUD Director Elliott Scar on “Mobility vs Access”. The Interview, found here, reflects back on the book by Schaeffer and Scar Access for All: Transportation and Urban Growth and the struggle to make access rather than mobility the […]
Please join the Center for Sustainable Urban Development and the Urban and Social Policy Concentration at SIPA for a conversation with Dr. Christa Hasenkopf of Open AIr Quality Community. See the talk abstract and Dr. Hasenkopf’s bio below. Date: Thursday 2 February 2017 Time: 1 pm- 2:30 pm Location: Room 253 Interchurch Building, 475 Riverside Dr. Please note that […]
Congratulations to CSUD Affiliate Eric Goldwyn for his curation of Mastering the Metropolis: New York and Zoning, 1916-2016, an exhibit at the Museum of the City of New York through April 23, 2017. How tall can New York buildings be? How wide? Where can developers build homes, factories, offices, or stores? Where do New Yorkers live, work, and […]
Join CSUD and GSAPP for the Habitat 3 Side Event “Pedagogy and Practice: Innovating for the New Urban Agenda”
Pedagogy and Practice: Innovating for the New Urban Agenda Wednesday October 19, 2016 02:00 PM – 02:45 PM Urban Future Venue: Urban Future Organization:CSUD And GSAPP Columbia University, New York We invite teachers, learners, researchers, practitioners, NGOs and grass roots activists to join us in a conversation on participatory and collaborative approaches to design and planning […]
CSUD’ Associate Research Scholar Jacqueline Klopp wrote the article “Children’s needs ignored in Nairobi’s physical planning” in one of Kenya’s biggest newspapers The Daily Nation 6 April 2016. The article notes that child is largely invisible in Nairobi’s planning and how this should and could change.
The new book Improving Urban Access edited by CSUD Director Elliott Sclar, with Hans Nolmark and Christian Wolmar has just been released. Improving Urban Access: New Approaches to Funding Transport Investment provides innovative ideas on how we might reorganize transport finance to ensure that it is suited to serving the social, environmental and economic principles that must guide […]
The Ghana Center for Democratic Development and Africa Research Institute invite you to Who really governs urban Ghana? Mohammed Awal – Research and Program officer, CDD-Ghana Jeffrey Paller – Postdoctoral research fellow, Columbia University Victoria Okoye – Urban Planner and Founder, African Urbanism Policymakers and international donors continue to prescribe better urban planning, slum upgrading, infrastructure […]
Jacqueline M. Klopp of the Center of Sustainable Urban Development, Columbia University with VREF support has teamed up with Kenyan filmmakers to produce a series of short films that reveal the difficulties children face moving around Nairobi. The first two films “The Lollipop Man” and “Traffic Monsters” are now available online and will be shown […]
CSUD PhD affiliate Jonas Hagan co-authored an important White Paper called “Improving Customer Experience” This white paper comes out of the Transit Leadership Summit and explores how the seven cities participating in the Summit are addressing the customer experience in Hong Kong, Montreal, New York, Seoul, Singapore, Vienna and Washington, D.C. It investigates the transit agencies’ activities and experiences with […]
CSUD’s Jacqueline Klopp and Jeffrey Paller recently wrote on “how African can build inclusive, safe and sustainable cities”. The article can be read here in The Conversation. They argue that for African cities to be productive and inclusive places, urban politics will need to change.